We transform spaces with our comprehensive fit-out services. Whether moving into new premises or simply looking for a refresh, a new space can improve performance, better reflect the culture of your business and win the loyalty of staff and customers.
Encompassing Category A, Category B and FF&E, our specialist teams have experience planning and delivering commercial fit-out in many sectors, and for properties of all shapes and sizes.
- Air conditioning
- Access control
- Cat A
- Cat B
- Small works
- Flooring solutions
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To learn more about Sylter and how we can help you with your refit project, contact us today.
When moving into our new city pad in Birmingham we needed help with the fit out and like most projects, the timings were tight. We met with a few companies, but Hannah Floyd from Sylter stood out to us as she really "got" what we wanted and needed. She listened to our brief and understood our budget and she provided a fantastic service. She helped us create the space to reflect the creative nature of spottydog and our commitment to designing the layout to maximise people engagement.Rachel Roberts & Anna Bakerspottydog communications
We've known Adrian for many years and when we learned that he had set up Sylter, there was only team for the job. With the reputation Adrian brings from the industry, from retail and from commercial fit-out sectors, we felt entirely confident that the works and our new business would be delivered to the quality we needed, and it's fair to say that the final result speaks for itself. The project was fast paced and the detail was intricate, but luckily Adrian's team had the capabilities to deal with problems and issue solutions where needed.Sunil and Tara JohalSalad Box
We were really pleased with the whole project, from Sylter's management style to the professionalism of their contractors, from their recommendations surrounding financing to their keen eye on the costs. They understood the brief, applied it appropriately, and the final result was a visual delightNicola Fleet-MilneFleetMilne